Month: July 2015

Max Potential students wow halfway through

The Canterbury-Bankstown Max Potential leadership program is on the home run with participants presenting their personal expression project at a breakfast workshop at Canterbury League Club. Eleven weeks ago 13 students from three different local high schools – Kingsgrove North High School, Canterbury Boys High School and Sir Joseph Banks – embarked on the personal

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Hands-on science workshops wows students

Twenty John Berne High School students recently enjoy a fun-filled day of interactive and innovative science workshops from Fizzics Education courtesy of a $980 donation from Canterbury League Club. The five workshops on the day catered to students from Year 7-10 and demonstrated different scientific principles taught within the science curriculum in an easy-to-understand and

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Coats warming up the homeless this winter

For the fourth consecutive year, Canterbury League Club has donated $2,000 towards Order of Malta’s ‘Coats for the Homeless’ program. The donation buys 60 of the black, specially-designed, warm shower-proof coats which will be distributed to homeless people across Australia. This year the Order has extended their services and will be delivering homeless coats and

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Funding global research for FSHD cure

A $10,000 donation from Canterbury League Club has helped FSHD Global Research Foundation (FSHD Global) in their quest to find a cure for one of the most common forms of muscular dystrophy. Facioscapulohumeral Dystrophy (FSHD) is an inheritable and debilitating muscle disease, characterised by the progressive irreversible weakening and loss of skeletal muscles in the

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